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Phil Fisk

Dan Lemmon

British Academy of Film & Television Arts

£90.00 GBP

Photographic Print


About

Visual effects artist Dan Lemmon (The Lord of the Rings trilogy) photographed by Phil Fisk in 2016 as part of the BAFTA-commissioned photography series For the Love of Film. The image formed part of a photo essay published in the official brochure handed out to guests attending the 2016 EE British Academy Film Awards. The series celebrates the passion and craft that goes into creating a film and was exhibited at BAFTA in January 2016.

Dan Lemmon is a visual effects artist at Weta Digital, the visual effects company founded by Peter Jackson. His work includes The Lord of the Rings trilogy, the latest Planet of the Apes franchise and Fight Club. Dan was photographed beside the set of War for the Planet of the Apes in Vancouver, with visual effects colleague Ben Murray (left) and motion capture trainer Terry Notary (right).

This image is part of a new exhibition, The Director’s Cut: BAFTA Photography 2006–2016, curated by BAFTA Photography Director Janette Dalley. The exhibition shows a selection of Janette’s favourite images commissioned by BAFTA in her time as director.
uver, Canada, the image references film noir and the painting style of Edward Hopper. Andy Serkis is well-known for his motion capture work and in this image he is with his “double” dressed in the clothing required for this type of filming.

The series For the Love of Film celebrates the craft and passion that goes into creating a film, and the photographs formed an exhibition at BAFTA headquarters in January 2016.

This image is part of a new exhibition, The Director’s Cut: BAFTA Photography 2006–2016, curated by BAFTA Photography Director Janette Dalley. The exhibition shows a selection of Janette’s favourite images commissioned by BAFTA in her time as director.

Photographed by Phil Fisk.

About the Photograph

Size: (w) 16 x (h) 20 inches with a white boarder. 

Printed on 240gsm lustre photographic paper

Open edition

Colour

Courtesy of BAFTA and the photographer. 

About the Photographer

Fisk’s remarkable work has previously been seen at The Roundhouse, the Association of Photographers Gallery and at BAFTA as part of the exhibition BAFTA, Backstage. Fisk shoots commissioned portraits for The Times Magazine and The Observer, as well publicity shoots for Channel 4 and Sky.

"In November 2010 I was called by BAFTA to produce the photo essays for the Film and TV Awards souvenir brochures in 2011. For the Film Awards I was to shoot British directors which was an interesting commission, but also for me a significant one as I had cut my teeth earlier in my career as an on-set photographer."

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